Performer: Morton Gould and his Orchestra Writer: Rodriguez; Partichela
South of the Border.
Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer these records. They are 3.5 mil truncated eliptical, 2.3 mil truncated conical, 2.8 mil truncated conical, 3.3 mil truncated eliptical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 375.0, Rolloff: -12.0.
The preferred version suggested by an audio engineer at George Blood, L.P. is the equalized version recorded with the 2.8 mil truncated conical stylus, and has been copied to have the more friendly filename.
Matrix number: CO 34059; CO 34058 Catalog number: 4320-M; 4320-M
Other IDs from the record include: M 593-3; (CO 34059); (CO 34058); M 593-4
February 8, 2018 Subject:
South of the Border 1945
This entry contains Sides C & D of Morton Gould’s “South of The Border” long-player, which consists of “eight Latin-American songs,” according to an ad in Life magazine from December of 1945. While not the most authentic Latin sounds ever recorded, there is an exotic feel to the album. However,these two songs might be the most recognizable “Latin” songs of the collection (“La Cumparsita (The Masked One)” and “Jarabe Tapatio (Mexican Hat Dance).
"South of the Border" is a 4-disc 10" album on Columbia Masterworks, catalog #M-593, advertised for $3.50.